Chris Bosh has decided to put his 12,368-square-foot home on Miami Beach's North Bay Road on the market, the Miami Heat center on Wednesday told the Sun Sentinel. Bosh, however, stressed the decision was made with his family in mind, with his wife, Adrienne, expecting the couple's second child, and not because of concerns about the direction of his playing career. "Things change," he said before the Heat practiced at the AT&T Center in preparation for Thursday's Game 4 of the NBA Finals, with the Heat down 2-1 in the best-of-seven series. "It's looking to see if another spot is open." Bosh currently is a neighbor of Heat guard Dwyane Wade, with the two frequently spending time together amid this third consecutive run to the league's championship round, Wade often visiting with Bosh the nights before games. Bosh's home was burglarized in April, with $479,000 worth of watches, rings, purses and cash taken. The All-Star center stressed Wednesday that the move is a family decision. He has the right to opt out of his Heat contract following next season, and also could be put into play on the trade market because of the Heat's tenuous position against the NBA's onerous luxury tax on high team payrolls. But he brushed off the impending change of addresses as a basketball-related move.